This review was first published in November 2001 and Kensington roof garden is a place where I never really got enough to buy.
Maybe it's because when I visited when I was young, I was often in an advanced "refresh" state.
Also, while you're on six or seven floors above London, wander in a garden full of trees and Iberian architectural details, followed by flamingos (Very Miami Deputy)
Then stumbled into the disco, and your grasp of reality may not be the case.
Once called Delhi and Thomas, a high
Victorian-style Harrods, the place was taken over by John Barker in 1920 and rebuilt in his thirties, since then the roof garden has started.
In its early 70 s, it became a Biba, part of the acid tour, part of the retail experience.
Now GAP shares the building with M & S.
I would also be confused if I had so many changes, especially if someone
Tickets, my favorite modern British restaurant.
Although the address is Kensington Street, the entrance is Delhi Street.
You think you can forgive me for watching after-sales service.
Famous Brand, elevator, security guard behind desk.
The only tip for the hospitality industry at work was a woman with a clipboard and she checked my booking and took me by elevator.
The restaurant itself is on it.
Ordinary modern British
It's kind of like someone crossed David Collins's style with the submarine's set design.
Unfortunately, my visit took place long after Japan, so I couldn't appreciate the beauty of West London as I understood it.
The best decoration in Babylon features fish tanks screened out from the seating area opposite the bar.
The worst thing so far is that I think it's an art piece that looks disturbing, like a furry air-conditioning outlet, and can easily be mistaken for a breeding ground for the disease.
This may free you from corn marinated with yogurt and spices --
Chicken made of eggplant? And asparagus.
It may be better to live in an aquarium.
The multi-color aquatic display shown by our fishing friends was pretty good, and I slammed the sides of the tank with my Brig umbrella to get them excited.
The human content of Babylon is equally remarkable. A cross-Postal Service-dress-down-
Office staff in the UK are enjoying Friday
In the bar, my date, Tatler's car Reporter, looked charming under the stars --
The style of the cardigan, while the Prince and Princess ignatelli "share joy ".
The whole thing is like a cross between a sly fashion shot and a page of Hello!
We were led by an enthusiastic staff member to a long and thin restaurant.
Only two things have ruined the effect.
The first is a spectacular view in a fireplace about chest height, gas
Of course, it was fired, and there was a pile of logs under it.
The second is the food: not bad, just not as good as some of the food I 've had recently in Conrad Gallagher.
In fact, if you combine the cooking of the Gallagher restaurant with the environment and location of Babylon, you will find that the restaurant here is very good.
In fact, the cooking here is completely sufficient without fireworks.
Some dishes, such as lime
Big hali fish marinated with papaya, green pepper, virgin olive oil and corn lettuce are rather mean.
Summer vegetable risotto, although very pleasant, should not appear on the menu at this stage --
If it is a mushroom flavored rice, it may be more seasonal and correct.
The caramelized old pork tenderloin in Gloucester on the menu seems to be leaning in the right direction;
The appearance of the Angel on horseback and the grilled cod as a decoration of colganon is a witty touch.
I think there is also a satisfactory correctness of the way things are done here.
The third person joined us and he wanted to provide appetizers at the same time as our main course.
When we were in the first class, a pile of elegant leaves lay in front of her so that she would not feel left out.
But I find it difficult to describe food as anything but a superior countryhouse hotel.
It's enough for those suits that want to use a meal as a backdrop for business, but it doesn't put Zap on my head --
As people may say in The Times of Biba.
In addition, the clean nature of the farewell downstairs hall --
No door is open, just a loud instruction with a side door --
Destroyed the enthusiasm of the restaurant staff (
Not to mention the 50 you can spend on your budget)
It shows that Babylon still has a way to go before it can be taken seriously because it is clearly the destination restaurant to think so.